Sunday, May 24, 2009
Book Review for PATCHES OF GREY
They're starting to come in, slowly but surely. So far the critics have been kind and had plenty of positive things to say. If I wasn't so darn humble (written with tongue firmly in cheek) I'd be tempted to call the review by Randall Radic of Alvah's Books a rave. After all, it does contain phrases such as "he’s one heck of a writer" and "the guy can really write" and "Roy Pickering’s talent is astonishing and ignores every precedent". I also found Rancic's plot summary to be dead on the mark - "Patches of Grey is about the cost of loss, the cost of being human, the human cost of life not turning out the way it should." You can find the full review here.